The PhD Minor in Health Behavior Health Promotion (HBHP) is designed for individuals from other University of Arizona doctoral degree programs who wish to obtain graduate training in Health Behavior Health Promotion and is administered by the HBHP Program in the Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health.
College of Public Health
University of Arizona - Main - Tucson
The college form used to declare the minor should be completed and submitted prior to completion of the first semester of minor coursework.
Required PhD Minor in Health Behavior Health Promotion Courses (minimum 12 units)
Take one course from the following:
Choose one course on US Minority Health/Health Disparities:* (minimum 3 units)
*or alternate course with a core focus on a US minority health issue or health disparities with minor faculty advisor approval
Choose two courses on health promotion sciences related content (minimum 6 units)
Choose two courses on health promotion sciences related content (minimum 6 units). All HPS led graduate courses are acceptable. Other public health/health promotion related courses within or outside the College require minor faculty advisor’s approval.
Some examples of elective courses include:
Successful completion of written and oral questions during the PhD Comprehensive exam is required.
Please refer to the Graduate Student Handbook for students who are pursuing this program of study.